Well PP, it has been a heck of a ride. My, how much has Addison grown since we saw her walking in all "leggy and fabulous" on GA?? I will miss Addison but it's comforting to know that she and the rest of the LA gang are somewhere off in TV land having a grand ol' time. One thing that bothered me about this episode and the season in general is that Sheldon quit his job and no one seemed to give a damn what happened to him or where he went OR the fact that the man has cancer and his GF is terminal. Sheesh, when Shonda doesn't like an actor she can really show it in her writing. I feel bad for him. Anyway, I was sooooo incredibly happy to see Naomi back one last time and her sneaking in that piece of chocolate for old times sake (I really feel like we're kindred spirits). Where was Maya and the baby though? No one thought of the kids?? My only gripe with this; otherwise, incredibly well done! I'll miss you PP!!
I didn't really care too much for the Edgar storyline but the Pogo jokes were endless hilariously!!! I think I paused for about 5 minutes because I was laughing so hard at Schmidt's eyebrows! Also, did anyone else get the feeling that this was one of those episodes where they all had a bunch of "sandwiches" (HIMYM reference) and just did whatever it is they felt like doing?? It felt very much like improv to me!! Funny episode all around.
Vintage Grey's Anatomy at it's best!!!! THIS is what I've been waiting to see for years now. Awesome episode. Still trying to digest so I'll be back with projections at the round table lol
The Robin was everything! Barney is so adorable I can't take him! Old School HIYM caliber indeed - great way to head into the winter finale.
Scandal hands down. One of the most smartly written, fast-paced, gripping, dramas we have seen in years. Look out for the Emmy!
(Cont'd from my previous comment which was cut off. How bout a warning next time TvFanatic??? -_-)
Speaking of, HOW AMAZING IS ELLIS GREY IN THIS NEW ROLE?! I love it! I can't wait to see how it unfolds!!
I agree, this reviewer was pretty terrible. I'm not a fan of speaking ill of people at what they do but dude, seriously?
Anyway, this episode had me yelling and screaming and throwing things and then shedding a tear while being severely uncomfortable all at the same time. Take about nail biting television. I have to admit I didn't see Huck coming but looking back on it I should've because the clues are all right there. I bet the reason why he shot Fitz in the first place lies within that episode where Huck tortured that guy for screwing with Olivia and associates when this whole Citron thing started unravel. As for the Fitz and Olivia love mess, I feel bad for them! He loves her so much....sigh...
Also, I don't trust that Edison guy. I feel like he's trying to use Liv to gain some sort of advantage or political momentum. It's cute bc he kind of matches her, but not like how the President does. I just didn't like how he was right there on the side of the VP when she was sworn in. Speaking of, HOW AMAZING IS ELLIS GREY IN THIS NEW ROLE?! I love it! I can't wait to see how it unfolds.
YAYY!! The show hasn't been the same without Naomi there. I'm so happy Shonda decided to end the show on the right note.
fan of their relationship and how much he's helped her open up over the years, I'm rooting for these two to work it out and reconcile.
ppy and I like that Catherine does that for him.
4.) I think it's a toss up between Karev and her doctor. In about 3 episodes we'll see her forgive Callie and let her in to help with her recovery as well. I think Arizona knows deep down that she's being irrationally mad at the wrong person, but she's so pissed off at everything that's happened that she can't even realize how much she's hurting the people she loves. I must say -- CALLIE IS A TROOPER! Most people would have been gone by now -- I say by the end of the year we see these two back.
5.) As for Owen, I think it's a mix of both. I want to feel bad for him because he truly loves and misses Cristina, but on the other hand that was really foul of him to cheat on her like that. Especially when he knew from the beginning the kind of person that Cristina is and that she didn't want kids. It's just like Burke -- he wanted her to change for him and she's just not that girl. I think she was right for leaving him, but since I'm a fan of their relationship and how much he's helped her open up over the years, I'm rooting for these two to work it out and reconcile.
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